What You Need to Know About Video & Film Lighting in 2021

Added to Calendar: 01-13-21

What lights? What diffusions? What technologies? What does it matter? Join us for the next episode of Crew Talk on January 13th @ 4:00pm PST as get some incredible insights and hard-fought anecdotes from some video and film industry rock stars about the magic of lighting. Brighten us up with your questions or throw some shade, this Wednesday on Crew Talk.

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Kim Welch

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Added your Zoom to the Calendar and the Countdown here in the forums. You can post this in the events in the network. It is a separate section. If you're not already signed up, you would need to sign up for it. It's not integrated with this section, but it has about 15,000 members, and you can do invites, and other members can do invites. It's more exposure and win/win/win :) Filmmaker| Filmmaking Events, Webinars, Zoom Meetings - Filmmakers Network
 
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Maura B.

The Last Black Unicorn
Staff member
Lightning is a very important aspect when shooting a movie or when taking a photo. This is a topic that would greatly interest many people. :)
 
Camera settings and Lightroom allows us to pay less attention to lightning when it comes to photography. But using ringlights and using the natural lightning to our advantage can get us closer to achieving greatest results
 
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